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 31 
 on: April 03, 2015, 05:59:49 am 
Started by XXXL - Last post by XXXL
Hello,
After years and years of use your GPS products I got to a problem: I have PC with Windows 10, Training Gym Pro 1.8.0 and GH-625xt watch. First, when starting TG Pro and no watch plug in (or no cable also...), the program is loking for a watch for some 10 seconds and if I touck keyboard or mouse in that time, my PC freeze and need a restart. If I wait long enough, I get this message: Device Detection failed, please checked device for COM port settings.
I can then plug my watch in, select ''Connect to PC'' and scan for COM port... I get the same message over and over again, then after 5-10 tries they connect, and lost connenction in the middle of data transfer, and then here we go again...
I have tried different USB ports, delete and reinstal TG Pro and Windows drivers, change the plugin sequence, but with no luck...
Any suggestions?

 32 
 on: March 12, 2015, 12:07:43 pm 
Started by SyBB - Last post by SyBB
Hi,

Device: USGlobalSat BU-353S4

Hardware:  MacPro
Operating system: OSX 10.8.5
Programming Language: C

Mac OSX USB Driver: Version 1.5.1
GPSUtility: Version 2.10

I am working on an application to read the NMEA data from the device.

When I run the GPSUtility it obtains a fix of my current position and
the NMEA data scrolls by in the left panel.  It appears that the device
is working properly and the software driver is installed.

If I quit the GPSUtility and start my application, it reads and displays
the NMEA data.

If I run my application before running the GPSUtility it doesn't read or
display the NMEA data.

I suspect that the problem is in initializing the device.  Per the FAQ,
I have tried sending the following NMEA sentences.

4800/8/N/1 - 4800/8/N/1 - $PSRF100,1,4800,8,1,0*0E
Warm Start - $PSRF101,0,0,0,0,0,0,12,2*16
Enable WAAS/EGNOS - $PSRF151,01*0F
Enable GGA Output 1sec - $PSRF103,0,0,1,1*25
Enable GLL Output 1sec - $PSRF103,1,0,1,1*24
Enable GSA Output 5sec - $PSRF103,2,0,5,1*23

I write the sentences to the device with the checksum followed by <CR><LF>.

I check the return code after writing to the device and there is no error.

Am I missing something?  Are there any additional initialization sentences
that I should be using?

Sincerely,

SyBB

 33 
 on: March 12, 2015, 03:07:05 am 
Started by Foresttracker - Last post by Foresttracker
After running several Virus detection programs which showed registry problems the TG problem is solved.

Best regards

 34 
 on: March 10, 2015, 04:59:33 pm 
Started by SyBB - Last post by SyBB
Hi,

Device: USGlobalSat BU-353S4

Hardware:  MacPro
Operating system: OSX 10.8.5
Programming Language: C

Mac OSX USB Driver: Version 1.5.1
GPSUtility: Version 2.10

I am working on an application to read the NMEA data from the device.

When I run the GPSUtility it obtains a fix of my current position and
the NMEA data scrolls by in the left panel.  It appears that the device
is working properly and the software driver is installed.

If I quit the GPSUtility and start my application, it reads and displays
the NMEA data.

If I run my application before running the GPSUtility it doesn't read or
display the NMEA data.

I suspect that the problem is in initializing the device.  Per the FAQ,
I have tried sending the following NMEA sentences.

4800/8/N/1 - 4800/8/N/1 - $PSRF100,1,4800,8,1,0*0E
Warm Start - $PSRF101,0,0,0,0,0,0,12,2*16
Enable WAAS/EGNOS - $PSRF151,01*0F
Enable GGA Output 1sec - $PSRF103,0,0,1,1*25
Enable GLL Output 1sec - $PSRF103,1,0,1,1*24
Enable GSA Output 5sec - $PSRF103,2,0,5,1*23

I write the sentences to the device with the checksum followed by <CR><LF>.

I check the return code after writing to the device and there is no error.

Am I missing something?  Are there any additional initialization sentences
that I should be using?

Sincerely,

SyBB

 35 
 on: March 03, 2015, 12:05:43 am 
Started by spcmnspff - Last post by spcmnspff
Hi I was wondering if I could obtain the documentation on the data protocol for the GB-580 when downloading tracks over the usb/virtual serial port.  I'm writing a python script that can interface with the device, download tracks and store them in any number of formats.  This will hopefully become more portable between different OS'es (i.e. linux, mac, or windows), etc.  I have a pretty good idea of how this works and can work backwards somewhat, but having the specs will save me some time for one, but more importantly it will allow me be more thorough in supporting all the features.

Thanks.

 36 
 on: February 24, 2015, 06:31:12 pm 
Started by rui - Last post by rui
Hi everybody.
I have just purchased an A-Rival SQ-100 and I'm trying to use Training Gym Pro (v 1.8.0).
I can't make TGP show Google Maps or Google Earth on the right side panel.
When I click on "Main/show on google map",  I get the following message "Please download or select Track Record(s) before viewing in Google??Map". I can't find Track Record anywhere.
Thanks for you help.

 37 
 on: February 23, 2015, 08:43:19 am 
Started by Foresttracker - Last post by Foresttracker
When I run the Training Gym Pro (V 1.8.0) a script error window comes up. The error indication came suddently. The TGP worked perfect before.
I can run the program but no maps screen comes up.
The error window says (i translated it from german to english):

In the script of this page a failure occured.
Line: 2
Sign: 279
Failure: The display properties were not found. Unvalid argument.
Code: 0
URL:

Than it asks if one would like to perform the scripts on this page.


Possible answer Yes or No.
 
I have no idea what to do.

I deinstalled the TGP already, installed it again, no change.
It does't matter if I use the Internet Expl. or the M. Firefox as a the Standard Browser.

What can I do.

Regards


 38 
 on: February 19, 2015, 07:02:26 pm 
Started by FloJ12 - Last post by FloJ12
Hello, I get following map error in V1.8:



Translated: The display properties were not found. Illegal Argument.
What can I do?

 39 
 on: January 29, 2015, 03:41:25 pm 
Started by USG_Tech12 - Last post by USG_Tech12
Hello All,

So we have a GPSinfo application for Android version 4.0 and above. Here is the link to the application: http://www.usglobalsat.com/store/download/740/GlobalSatPL2303GpsInfo.zip
If you have issues setting up your device with the app or enabling your mock locations please look in our forum for the instructions on how to enable your developer options or contact support at support@usglobalsat.com

Thank you

 40 
 on: January 22, 2015, 08:03:17 pm 
Started by USG_Tech12 - Last post by USG_Tech12
Hello All,

Android has the USB drivers for our GPS Receivers built-in it's Linux kernel (PL2303), and if your device is running Honeycomb and above (Android 3.1 ~ Android 5.1+), it should work.

To use your USB GPS Receiver on Android, you'll need the GPSInfo app to make your Android device use the external GPS, instead of the internal GPS. You can download the GPSInfo app from here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dsozlv48whwp67a/PL2303GpsInfo.apk?dl=0

If the GPSInfo doesn't detect the GPS, then please try using this app instead: https://www.dropbox.com/s/mu83ysedouhxmlq/UsbGPS4Honeycomb_MR1_alpha.apk?dl=0

Then you'll need to enable Mock Locations in the Developer Settings menu. Most devices have Developer Settings hidden, so you'll need to follow this video on how to show Developer Settings: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mp07dPusJNA

Then you just plug in the GPS, and you should get a pop up that the GPS was detected, then you click Start GPS and you're set.

Any app that uses GPS will now start using the external GPS for GPS data.

Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks.

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